Well, /lit/, is it?
If you have read some pre-Renaissance and Enlightenment-era pre-reqs and are well on your way to being sincerely interested in modernity, yeah, it's absolutely worth it.
Have read at least the following first:
Thucydides (at least the first book)
The Apology and Republic
Either Livy, Sallust, Cicero or Tacitus
Lucretius De Natura
And, of course, Machiavelli. The obvious AND Discourses on Livy
Then you'll be ready.
No. This may be unpopular on here but all you're getting out of wealth of nations is a very rudimentary theory of economics that has little value today outside historical.
If you want to grasp economics just get a modern textbook or take a course. Things like this are an absolute waste of time.
On Marx, as a critique of capitalism is valuable but as a economist he's woefully irrelevant.
Holy shit lmao, reddit is the place filled with conservative/capitalist hating users who love Bernie Sanders and socialism, being pro capitalism is just about as anti-Reddit as you can get